In fact, some Seminoles
had just came in sight upon the horizon; they rode violently backward and forward on their fleet horses, brandishing their spears or discharging their guns with a dull report.
The June 5, 2014 exhibit will feature traditional Seminole
Indian cuisine and Mike Osceola, a descendant of Chief Osceola, who led the Seminoles
against the United States during the Seminole
Porter spoke with Chief Horse's descendants and older black Seminoles
with first-hand knowledge to create this rare account, highly recommended especially for Native American collections
Originally published in 1996 (fifteen years after Porter's passing), The Black Seminoles
has been revised and edited, and remains the authoritative scholarly chronicle of a people who battled fiercely to remain free.
He fails to document five pitched battles of the Second Seminole
War of 1835 to 1842 when 800 Seminoles
and several hundred allied runaway Africans fought the U.
An example of a group that has made significant contributions to the history of Black people yet are excluded from historical and sociological discourse pertaining to peoples of African descent, are the Black Seminoles
Kevin Mulroy might seem an unlikely candidate to peel back the layers of mystique and legend surrounding the "Black Seminoles
SAN FRANCISCO -- One by one, UCLA players talked about Florida State, its talent, and how the Seminoles
are descended from Creek Indians who lived along rivers in Georgia and Alabama.
The series stands at 13 wins for the Seminoles
and one win for the Gators, Kreidler said.
The black Seminoles
are defined as "those people of African origin who attached themselves voluntarily to the Seminoles
or were purchased by them as slaves" (p.
These people are members of Independent Traditional Seminoles